Todo Cambió

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Todo Cambió
Todo Cambio.jpg
Studio album by Camila
Released May 9, 2006 (2006-05-09)
Recorded 2005-06
Genre Latin pop
Length 37:01
Label SonyBMG Norte
Producer Mario Domm
Camila chronology
Todo Cambió
"Dejarte de Amar"
Singles from Todo Cambió
  1. "Abrázame"
    Released: March 2006
  2. "Coleccionista de Canciones"
    Released: August 2006
  3. "Todo Cambió"
    Released: January 2007
  4. "Solo Para Ti"
    Released: May 2007

Todo Cambió (Eng.: Everything Changed) is the title of a debut album released by Mexican pop music band Camila. This debut album was mainly written and composed by the band members: Samo (voice), Anthony Caceres (guitar), and Mario Domm (piano, voice,composer, and producer),[1] and includes a blend of Rock en Español and Pop Latino.

It was released in Mexico on April 18, 2006, where it was eventually certified three-times platinum with sales over 300,000 units.[2] In the United States the release date was set on May 9, 2006 and the album received a Disco De Platino certification by the Recording Industry Association of America on July 24, 2007.[3] In Spain the album was released on May 13, 2008.

This album yielded seven singles, including: "Abrázame", "Coleccionista de Canciones", "Todo Cambió", "Sin Tu Amor", "Sólo Para Tí", "Yo Quiero" and "Me Da Igual". For the album release in Spain the first single chosen was "Todo Cambió" as the lead single.

Album recording[edit]

About the album composing and recording, the band declared that "they came out from a garage, the living room and the closet, not to compete, only to show little fragments of their lives through the music they make." While producing Reyli Barba's album, Mario Domm asked Samo to participate on backing vocals, and on those recording sessions decided to make a band. Pablo [Hurtado] had to make an audition for the gig of guitar player, and after that they wrote the songs for the album. Regarding the song style and inspiration, Mario Domm wanted to let people hear the music they were creating on their living rooms and to express how much joy they had performing together. Samo (a former church performer) found his inspiration watching television, singing along with other performers and "everything I learned its on this lyrics." Pablo Hurtado, the youngest member of the band, dedicates his lyrics to "weekend love affairs" and about the track "Me Da Igual" he says: "I wrote it on a very hard moment of my life, it is about a love that never happen."[4]

Awards and recognition[edit]

The title track has been the recipient of many awards and nominations, including a Latin Grammy Award nomination for Song of the Year in 2007 and the Best Song award at the Premios Lo Nuestro 2008, where the band also won in the Group or Duo of the year field. For the Premios Juventud of 2008 the group received the following nominations: Red Hot Artist, Catchiest Tune ("Todo Cambió"), CD to die for (Todo Cambió: Special Edition), and won for Best Ballad ("Todo Cambió") and Favorite Pop Star. At the 2007 Latin Billboard Music Awards the band won for Duo or Group of the Year and Latin Pop Airplay Song of the Year ("Todo Cambió"). Also the album was nominated for Latin Album of the Year. Camila also won two awards at Los Premios MTV Latinoamérica for Best New Artist - North and Breakthrough Artist.

Track listing[edit]

U.S. track listing[edit]

The track listing from Billboard.[5]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Abrázame" Mario Domm 3:51
2. "U Got My Love" Xuan Long, Mario Domm 3:14
3. "Me Bastó" Samo, Mario Domm, Pablo Hurtado 3:12
4. "Todo Cambió" Mario Domm, José Luis Ortega 3:14
5. "Coleccionista de Canciones" Paulyna Carraz, Mario Domm 5:07
6. "Yo Quiero" Etore Grenci, Mario Domm 3:27
7. "Me Da Igual" Pablo Hurtado 3:38
8. "Va Para Ti" Mario Domm 2:59
9. "Sin Tu Amor" Samo, Mario Domm 2:43
10. "Perderte de Nuevo" Samo, Mario Domm, María Bernal 3:00
11. "Nanga Ti Feo" Demetrio López 2:39

Special edition CD/DVD[edit]

On August 14, 2007, a Special edition of the album was released. It includes the track listing from the original release, with 3 acoustic tracks and a new song, "Sólo Para Ti", which was recorded for the soundtrack of the Mexican film "Cansada de Besar Sapos". A DVD was also included with the 4 music videos.[6]


No. Title Writer(s) Length
12. "Abrázame [Acoustic]" Domm 3:51
13. "Coleccionista de Canciones [Acoustic]" Carraz, Domm 4:36
14. "U Got My Love [Acoustic]" Domm, Long 2:54
15. "Sólo Para Ti" Domm 3:02


No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Abrázame" Domm 3:51
2. "Coleccionista de Canciones" Carraz, Domm 5:20
3. "Todo Cambió" Domm, Ortega 3:15
4. "Sólo Para Ti" Domm 3:05
5. "Esto Es De Verdad "La Historia De Camila" (Documental)"    
6. "Galería De Fotos"    

Spain track listing[edit]

This information from La Higuera.[7]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Abrázame" Domm 3:33
2. "Me Bastó" Samo, Domm, Hurtado 3:20
3. "Todo Cambió" Domm, Ortega 3:18
4. "Coleccionista de Canciones" Carraz, Domm 5:15
5. "Yo Quiero" Grenci, Domm 3:30
6. "Me Da Igual" Hurtado 3:40
7. "Va Para Ti" Domm 3:05
8. "Sin Tu Amor" Samo, Domm 2:50
9. "Perderte de Nuevo" Samo, Domm, Bernal 2:55
10. "U Got My Love" Long, Domm 3:30
11. "Nanga Ti Feo" López 2:40
12. "Sólo Para Ti" Domm 3:02
13. "Yo Soy Quien" Domm 3:07

Brazilian version[edit]

For the Brazilian release, the same track listing as in Spain was included, but instead of the track "Yo Soy Quien", a re-recording of the single "Abrázame" with Brazilian singer Wanessa Camargo (who also wrote verses in Portuguese for the song), retitled as "Abrázame/Me Abrace", is track 13.[8]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
13. "Abrázame/Me Abrace [Duet with Wanessa Camargo]" Domm, Camargo 3:33


Charts and certifications[edit]

Preceded by
La Radiolina by Manu Chao
U.S. Billboard Top Latin Albums number-one album
(first run)

September 29, 2007
Succeeded by
90 Millas by Gloria Estefan
Preceded by
Que Ganas de Volver by Conjunto Primavera
U.S. Billboard Top Latin Albums number-one album
(second run)

March 1, 2008
Succeeded by
En Vivo: Desde el Auditorio Nacional by K-Paz de la Sierra


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  3. ^ a b "American album certifications – Camila – Todo Cambio". Recording Industry Association of America.  If necessary, click Advanced, then click Format, then select Album, then click Type, then select Latin, then click SEARCH
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